IRC Team

Our team is dedicated to supporting professionals on their journey to become better leaders.

Whether you’re looking to upgrade your own skills, or that of your team,
we can help craft solutions to give your organization an advantage.
Alison Darling, MBA, BBA, Director, Professional Programs, for Queen's IRC.
Alison Darling, MBA, BBA

Director, Professional Programs

Stephanie Fischkohl, Queen's University IRC Manager, Operations.
Stephanie Fischkohl

Manager, Operations

Jennifer McGann
Program Team Manager
Lindsay Van Zuylen, PME, BSc
Sales and Marketing Manager
Tiffany Bambrick, Queen's IRC Program Coordinator
Tiffany Bambrick

Program Coordinator

Karen Brick, Queen's University IRC Business Development Coordinator.
Karen Brick

Business Development Coordinator

Emily Culhane, Queen's University IRC Program Coordinator
Emily Culhane

Program Coordinator

Lisa Cunningham, Queen's IRC Administrative Financial Assistant
Lisa Cunningham

Administrative Financial Assistant

Jacoba Franks, Queen's University IRC Program Coordinator
Jacoba Franks

Program Coordinator

Hailey Jamieson

Program Coordinator

Maeve McLatchie, Queen's University IRC Graphic Designer & Advertising Coordinator.
Maeve McLatchie

Graphic Designer & Advertising Coordinator

Thomas Nickerson, Program Administrator, Resources, for Queen's University IRC.
Thomas Nickerson

Program Administrator, Resources

Brian Rebe, IRC Business Development Coordinator
Brian Rebec

Business Development Coordinator

Cathy Sheldrick, Queen's IRC Sales and Marketing Coordinator
Cathy Sheldrick

Sales and Marketing Coordinator

An IRC program facilitator presents to a group of students.

Meet the Facilitators

The leaders of our programs are active practitioners and have extensive experience in the field. Our facilitators, speakers and coaches are carefully chosen for their professional experience and their ability to engage adult learners. They are drawn from the faculty ranks at Queen’s, from the offices of top labour law firms, from consultants working on the front line with organizations going through changes, from union leaders, and captains of industry. These are people at the top of their game, eager to help our participants gain an edge. Our speakers bring the experience of the real life and real up-to-date issues that they are dealing with in the court systems, in managing HR departments and in businesses and organizations. Our facilitators, speakers and coaches come from both union and management, from a variety of sectors and industries, from across Canada and internationally; we often choose local experts, coaches and guest speakers to provide regional experience for individual programs.

Interested in becoming a Facilitator?

If you’re looking for a rewarding way to pass on your knowledge, and an opportunity to stay current with new trends, become a Queen’s IRC Facilitator.

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